J. Corey Stackhouse is trying to collect all the Tim Wallach baseball cards. Not one of each. All of them that exist. All of them.
How many Wallach cards are out there? A lot. For the most part the card companies didn’t release production run numbers. However in 1993 Donruss did, and they ran off somewhere around 500,000 sets. That’s probably at the high end for production numbers, but even at half that number, it easily puts the number into the millions. Wallach had at least one card in the Topps, Fleer, and Donruss sets every year from 1982-95. Then there’s all the other sets that started popping up from 1988 onwards.
In all reality “collecting them all,” is not possible. I’d have to lease a warehouse. But putting a dent in the online availability of them is certainly something I’m trying to do. For now, storage isn’t too much of a problem. A guest room closet in my house still holds them all. I have downsized my own collection of cards significantly to make room, but it’s a trade-off I’m more than willing to make.